Under the Hill
Under the Hill is an unfinished erotic novel by Aubrey Beardsley, based on the legend of Tannhäuser. The first parts of it were published in The Savoy and later issued in book form by Leonard Smithers. In 1907, the original manuscript was published and entitled The Story of Venus and Tannhäuser.
A version completed by John Glassco was published in 1959 by Olympia Press, in a limited run of 3000 copies. This completed version was also later introduced into the Olympia Press/New English Library "Traveller's Companion Series" in 1966.
- Emma Sutton, Aubrey Beardsley and British Wagnerism in the 1890s, Oxford University Press, 2002, ISBN 0-19-818732-7, p. 143
- Peter Michelson, Speaking the Unspeakable: a poetics of obscenity, SUNY Press, 1993, ISBN 0-7914-1223-7, pp. 69–72
- Richard Dellamora, Victorian Sexual Dissidence, University of Chicago Press, 1999, ISBN 0-226-14226-4, p. 104
- Stephen Prickett, Victorian Fantasy, Baylor University Press, 2005, ISBN 1-932792-30-9, pp. 104–107
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